Sunday, June 22, 2014

Different Dimension: Sea You on the Other Tide Summer Collection

It's officially Summer! Time to sparkle in the sun with these new Summer collection polishes from Different Dimension, “Sea You on the Other Tide.”

Different Dimension Wave If You Sea Me

Wave If You Sea Me is a bright cobalt blue jelly filled with green-to-blue shifting micro-flecks. A beautifully striking color reminiscent of the sun sparkling on the deep blue ocean. The formula was flawless and had a smooth, even application that looks opaque in 2-3 coats, depending on your preference. Shown here is three coats with top coat.

Different Dimension Keep Urchin Up

Keep Urchin Up is a lavender crelly containing small matte neon pink and metallic holo turquoise glitter, as well as iridescent fuchsia micro-flecks. I just love this combination of colors, and it's the perfect blend of pastel, neon, and sparkle! The formula was superb and very easy to apply, and evens out nicely in 3-4 thin coats. Shown here is four coats with top coat.

Different Dimension Call Me On My Shell
Call Me On My Shell is a white crelly with aqua, grey, and coral satin matte circles and hexes, and fuchsia micro-flecks. This color palette has such a fantastic retro feel to it, I just love it! The formula was very good; a little sheer and patchy at first, but evens out perfectly in about three coats. Here I've used three coats of Call Me On My Shell, along with two coats of Gelous to smooth out the glitter, plus top coat.

Different Dimension You've Gotta Be Squidding Me

You've Gotta Be Squidding Me is a watermelon pink/coral jelly with blue-violet iridescent flecks. This was another favorite of mine, I loved how it looked on me! The formula was excellent; easily build-able, and very even, with a nice jelly finish. This looked great anywhere from 2-4 coats, depending on your personal vnl preference. Personally, I prefer opaque colors, so I used four coats and it looked just perfect.

Different Dimension Friends Anemones

Friends Anemones is a medium-grey crelly with bright blue and green matte glitter, iridescent blue glitter, and strong blue shimmer. Another gorgeous color combo and wonderful formula! This one was rather on the sheer side, but built up well, and looked near-opaque in about four coats, as pictured here.

Different Dimension Nautilus You Say So

Nautilus You Say So is a highlighter green jelly packed with small orange/green iridescent glitter and small matte yellow hexes and triangles! This super fluorescent green kind of freaked my camera out, so apologies if my skin tone looks a bit odd, but the neon green color is spot-on! The formula and opacity were excellent, and it was very smooth and even, needing about three coats for near-opacity with slight vnl. Also shown with top coat.

Different Dimension It Was On Sail!

It Was On Sail! is a mix of matte white, black, and hot pink small/micro-glitter along with holographic sparkle in a clear base. This is a fantastic glitterbomb, and could easily be worn either on its own or layered over another color. Here I'm wearing one coat of It Was On Sail! over You've Gotta Be Squidding Me, and I love how they look together. The coverage was very even and smoothed out well, needing just one coat of top coat.

Different Dimension Indepen-dance!

Indepen-dance! is a mix of red, white, and blue matte, metallic, and holo glitter in circles, squares, hexes, stars, and triangles in a clear base. This is a limited edition glitter topper for Independence Day, and is perfectly patriotic! The formula was also superb, and just one coat gave excellent, smooth and even coverage. Here I'm wearing one coat of Indepen-dance over Wave If You Sea Me- don't they look amazing together?

The "Sea You on the Other Tide" collection has a fantastic variety of colors and finishes with a fun, bright, summertime feel, and tons of cute, beachy puns! Some of my favorites were Keep Urchin Up, Wave If You Sea Me, and Indepen-dance! What are your must-have shades from the new Different Dimension collection?

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